"Too Late the Hero" and "Gorky Park"..... quality?

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  1. Edwin-S

    Edwin-S Producer
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    I'm wondering about the quality of transfer on these two movies. I bought them but still haven't opened them up. I decided to ask what people think of the transfer quality before opening them because if they suck I can still return them. How about it?
     
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    Here's a link to my Gorky Park review, which I did almost a year ago. Huh.
    http://www.digitallyobsessed.com/showreview.php3?ID=781
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    [Edited last by Joel C on November 17, 2001 at 03:34 AM]
     
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    TOO LATE THE HERO looks just fine for a 30-year-old film; it's anamorphic widescreen and in better-than-decent shape. Open it up...and even if it were poor quality, it's unlikely to ever be released again.
     
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    Thanks for the responses. I am going to watch "Too Late the Hero" sometime tonight.
     

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